Genetic manipulations were the reason that the Flood happened? This statement is wrong on so many levels...
Does every time a river comes out of its bed mean that someone tried to do some stem cell research in their basement?
1/23/2008 2:09:23 AM
WTF? I mean, WTF?
1/23/2008 2:12:10 AM
Your sky daddy is mad and he's going to spank you.
Some of these people must have had some traumatic childhoods.
1/23/2008 2:13:42 AM
Yes, around the time ages before people had ever dreamed of lobotomies.... they were practicing genetic manipulation.
1/23/2008 2:14:16 AM
I...I just...Huh? Yesterday, it was Teh Gheis...
1/23/2008 2:18:15 AM
How can the genetic manipulations cause the flood? What are you on?
1/23/2008 2:20:22 AM
It was all those angel/human hybrids. Dem angels was manipulating human DNA and dey had to be stopped.
1/23/2008 2:20:48 AM
If you gaze long enough into the stupid, the stupid will gaze back into you.
1/23/2008 2:21:21 AM
"And yay, some goat-herder tried to manipulate the genetic structure of his flock, so God frowned upon him and for his misdeeds God sent a shit-load of water crashing down to cover the Earth and wipe his misdeeds clean."
I don't fucking think so.
1/23/2008 2:23:38 AM
Mattural Selection: It's possible but only if the sheppard was trying to create a human-goat hybrid. Hmm that might explain pan.
1/23/2008 2:30:12 AM
Damned genetics will trip you up every time.
1/23/2008 2:35:53 AM
Hahahahaha. Nice one! Thanks for that, I needed a good laugh. It also makes me think of many Kiwi jokes (I'm an Aussie. If I were a Kiwi I'd be thinking of Aussie jokes).
1/23/2008 2:36:36 AM
The same genetic manipulation that involves mating goats and stripped sticks?
1/23/2008 2:42:21 AM
About three millennia ago, at the time when the Old Testament was being written, the highest technology in the area was the making of bronze, glass, and faience. Medical science (to use the term laughably) was relatively well developed among the Egyptians, but even there, they were competent at dealing with just obvious structural stuff like wounds and broken bones; diseases were "treated" with prayers, spells, and nostrums that were even more useless than the prayers and spells because they made the patient worse at least as often as better.
There's a colossal leap between that sort of "medical science" and genetic manipulation. It has taken us at least 30 centuries, and we're still just getting started. I don't know what sort of "genetic manipulation" you think people could have been doing back when the most advanced prescriptions included crocodile dung -- apart from basic breeding of livestock, which has been done continually for about 12,000 years.
Oh, and that flood? It was only local, not global, and there was no ark -- that whole fable is pure fiction, and plagiarized fiction at that (stolen from the mythology of the Babylonians). Kindly grow up and join us in the 21st century.
1/23/2008 3:22:41 AM
Mattural Selection: Interestingly the Saffa's say the same thing of us aussies as we do of kiwis.
1/23/2008 3:34:26 AM
I don't remember anywhere in genesis that uses the word embryo or any synonym thereof.
Please be Poe.
1/23/2008 3:39:05 AM
"Dad is gonna be mad"? Dad? DAD for Christsake!
If this doesn't qualify for a "Make Love to me Sigmund Freud" Award then I don't know what does.
1/23/2008 3:43:43 AM
1/23/2008 3:43:57 AM
Are you high?
1/23/2008 4:16:47 AM
WTF is this guy on
1/23/2008 4:34:40 AM
Mattural Selection and Martin, I have proof it's the New Zealanders that do it: http://www.adultsheepfinder.com/
The evidence for this is better than the evidence for intelligent design, so I think that these Kiwi+Sheep relations should be taught in schools.
1/23/2008 4:44:12 AM
God must have been so happy back in the days where humanity was suffering through the Dark Ages. How dare we strive for enlightenment?
1/23/2008 5:17:40 AM
1/23/2008 5:19:18 AM
So, they knew about DNA and could manipulate genetics in the days before the Human Genome Project and electricity, eh?
1/23/2008 6:16:35 AM
Alwimo: We didn't need proof we already knew it as fact.
1/23/2008 6:16:46 AM